Woman suf­fers burns from hair dye at sa­lon

Khaleej Times - - NATION - Amira Agarib amira@khalee­j­times.com

shar­jah — An Arab woman suf­fered burns on her neck, ears and head while a sa­lon worker was dye­ing her hair, a Shar­jah court has heard. The Shar­jah Mis­de­meanours Court heard that the com­plainant felt pain due to the burns and had to rush to a hospi­tal. A med­i­cal re­port stat­ing that she had sus­tained burn in­juries was sub­mit­ted in court.

The court con­fronted the Asian sa­lon worker on the charge of com­mit­ting a “mis­take” that con­se­quently caused burns on the com­plainant’s body.

While deny­ing that the burns were caused by the prod­uct used for dye­ing, the de­fen­dant said the pro­ce­dure was car­ried out as per the com­plainant’s re­quest. A sub­stance used for such pur­poses was ap­plied and it had never caused any prob­lem to any cus­tomer be­fore, the worker pointed out, while adding that the com­plainant went out of the sa­lon in a “good con­di­tion”.

The judge said the foren­sic re­port stated that the sub­stance which was ap­plied on the woman’s hair caused burns on her head, neck and ears.

The court ad­journed the case to a later date.

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